Results of a study of the wettability of the tundish periclase lining by molten steel using a sessile drop method are presented. The wetting angle θ tends to decrease with increase in temperature and contact time on adding glass fiber and Fe2O3 powder in excess of 2% to the magnesite powder; a similar effect is observed in steels high in manganese. An increase in angle θ is observed on adding carbon fiber or glass fiber (not in excess of 1%) to the magnesite powder; the angle θ tends to increase with increase in MgO powder grain size and with carbon contained in steel in excess of 0.04%.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Jun 28, 2006
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